I'd like to take this opportunity to say hello to all. The Canton- Sixes Daily has a new edition. The most important things to know are here.
- Annual burn ban ends Oct. 1
- Missing man found in Cherokee County
- Local online fundraiser for Hurricane Fiona relief
A beautiful day with lots of sun. The high is 80 and the low is 61.
The top stories in Canton-Sixes are listed.
- According to the Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services, the annual burn ban will end Oct. 1 in Cherokee County. Residents that live in the city limits of Canton should contact their city departments for information relating to local yard debris burning. (Canton-Sixes Patch)
- With help from a camera installed on a highway, a man from Tattnall County who was reported missing was found safe in Cherokee County. Charles Stansfield, 75, was disoriented and weak after not eating or drinking for days, according to his son Justin Sims. (Subscription: Cherokee Tribune & Ledger News)
- Retired U.S. Air Force Col. Harry Andonian of Canton has been designated as the Grand Marshal of the Parade of Veterans at the 2022 Wings Over North Georgia (WONG) Air Show. Andonian is a 98-year-old World War II pilot and aviation pioneer. (Chattanooga Pulse)
- The annual Born to Run 5K in downtown Canton is on Oct. 29. The event supports Reinhardt's Cherokee Scholars program, which provides scholarships for students from Cherokee County. (Reinhardt)
- Are you proud of your community? Do you want to use your talents to provide a valuable resource to your neighbors? Patch is looking to hire a local curator to take the helm of the Canton-Sixes Daily. Visit the link for more details on the role and how to apply. (Canton-Sixes Patch)
There is a game today in Canton- Sixes.
- Goat Yoga At The Mill on Etowah (10:00 AM)
- Riverfest Arts & Crafts Festival At Etowah River Park (10:00 AM)
- Live Music: Rodney Johnson At The Salty Mule (7:00 PM)
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- Leadership Cherokee graduated its 33rd Anniversary Class during Sep. 16 ceremony! View the link for details. (Press Release Desk)
- A Canton resident has created an online fundraiser to help families impacted by Hurricane Fiona in the Dominican Republic. (Subscription: Cherokee Tribune & Ledger News)
- Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Service is hiring for the next recruit class! No experience is required. Click here for more information. (Facebook)
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Sean Peek graduated from Weber State University with a degree in English literature. He has worked for a variety of digital media companies. He is the co-owner and operator of Lightning Media Partners.
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